stet means: V.intr. V.intr. Allow something to remain in its original form. v.tr. To declare a “correction” invalid. Latin to et i stand; third person singular present subjunctive o stare. Typesetters’ copy editors abbreviate to “uncorrect” an error-filled revision. This powerful little word will soon be obsolete as typesetting is no longer relevant. (in Community Dictionary, added by Stylobate)
What else does stet mean?
- A directive to have a particular letter or word or any other subject marked for correction or omission retained. Useful in the imperative (in AZ Dictionary)
- A correction or deletion in printed material is nullified. (in AZ Dictionary)